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Aeolus, Harlingen

Holland is a country by far that to offer to smallest. With his charming parks of diversions and their interactive museums, it allows that great and small they enjoy the trip the same.

Near the city of Harlingen, in the province of Friesland (Friesland), is Aeolus. From outside and to the distance, it could be said that one is an immense crystal pyramid, baptized with the name of the Greek God of the wind.

In its interior, they wait the most surprising attractions. The technology is the key in this modern pyramid, that lodges more than half hundred of activities to enjoy in family. We see which are some of them:

You intrigue how is that the pronosticadores of the time always (or almost always) can say to us the future and know before nobody how will be the time in the next days? In Aeolus you can learn to do it just as they, with the tools and the knowledge of the Observatory.

There also you can anywhere see the position of the stars of the world: from the North Pole to Polynesia, nothing escapes to the telescopes of Aeolus.

Another interesting place is the communication factory, where you can use sophisticated equipment of telecommunications for ponerte in contact with the other people who are there.

You like the art? Then if you are good for music, then the musical factory is the indicated site. There you will be able to develop your auditory perception and, with the help of a computer, to create, to write and to touch your own melodies.

Or to perhaps they interest the sports you. Then tecno-golf is an extremely novel option.

When the energies are exhausted, the cupola of the pyramid is the indicated place to rest. Are imperdibles the views that are obtained thence from the near Frisias Islands.

Practical information

• Entrance: 6 €
• Schedules: of Monday to Sundays, 10 to 19 hs.

Photo Via: Regal Digitale Friesland

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